Shenzhen Power Plant
Nanshan Garbage Power Plant, a subsidiary of Shenzhen Energy and Environmental Protection Co., Ltd., is located on Mawan Avenue in Nanshan District, Shenzhen. It covers an area of about 60,000 square meters and has an investment of 362 million yuan. The project was approved by the Shenzhen Planning Bureau in September 1999, 2002 The civil construction started on October 15, 2014, and was formally put into operation in December 2003, and the operation was in good condition. The power plant is equipped with two 400-ton incinerators and a 12MW turbo-generator unit. It can handle 800 tons of waste per day and generate 90 million kWh of electricity per year. To a certain extent, it has changed the status of Nanshan District ’s direct landfill treatment and eased The use of electrical power has produced relatively good social, environmental and economic benefits.
Nanshan Waste-to-energy Plant has passed ISO9001: 2000 (Quality Management System), ISO14001: 2004 (Environment Management System) and OHSAS18001: 1999 (Occupational Health and Safety Management System) certification. Smoke emission and sewage discharge and other environmental protection indicators have reached European emissions Standards are demonstration projects and model projects that introduce advanced foreign equipment in the waste incineration power generation industry. In 2007, the power plant was awarded “Guangdong Cleaner Production Enterprise” by the Guangdong Provincial Economic and Trade Commission, the Department of Science and Technology, and the Provincial Environmental Protection Bureau.
Nanshan Power Plant installed our company's 9-19 and 9-26 series high-pressure centrifugal fans:
The 9-19 series is generally used in forging furnaces and high-pressure forced ventilation, and can be widely used for conveying materials, air or other gases that are non-corrosive to non-corrosive, non-spontaneous combustion and non-sticky substances.
The 9-26 series is mainly used for indoor ventilation and ventilation of large buildings such as factories, high-pressure forced ventilation such as boilers and forging furnaces, and material transportation.
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